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Arctic Wolf


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Filename: 1185-30.jpg

Size: 5123 x 3410 (2.3MB)

Date: 3rd January 2015

Source: WorldInPrint

Credit: Janette Hil/Robert Harding

Source: www.robertharding.com

County: Montana

Country: United States of America

© Janette Hil

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Arctic Wolf

Arctic wolf (Canis lupus arctos)

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Head And Shoulders Looking Away Montana Polar Arctic Wolf Canis Lupus Arctos


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This print by Janette Hill showcases the majestic beauty of an Arctic Wolf, also known as Canis lupus arctos. The image was captured in Montana, United States of America, offering a glimpse into the North American wilderness. With its striking side view and head held high, this magnificent creature exudes strength and grace. The photograph perfectly encapsulates the essence of animal themes and nature's wonders. Against a backdrop of pristine snow-covered landscapes, the Arctic Wolf stands out as a symbol of resilience in harsh environments. Its piercing gaze seems to be fixed on something beyond our sight, evoking a sense of curiosity and mystery. Janette Hill's expert composition draws attention to the wolf's foreground presence while maintaining focus on its captivating features. The contrast between the white fur and dark eyes creates a visually stunning effect that further emphasizes this incredible species' unique characteristics. As we admire this image from WorldInPrint, we are reminded of the importance of wildlife preservation and conservation efforts worldwide. The Arctic Wolf serves as an ambassador for all animals in the wild facing challenges due to climate change and human encroachment. Janette Hill's remarkable photography transports us into nature's realm where we can appreciate these awe-inspiring creatures up close. This print is not just an artwork; it is a testament to our planet's diverse wildlife heritage that deserves our utmost respect and protection.

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